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Thursday, 11 July 2013

Titchwell RSPB

Cycled home from work. Boiling hot and blue skies all day in King's Lynn. Got changed, drove to Choseley Barns where I sat and ate fish 'n' chips for my tea – lovely! Only saw greenfinches, goldfinches, yellowhammers and a few swallows on the wires. The weather was totally different here, cloudy, no sun and really cold, like seriously cold. Arriving at Titchwell I just could not believe the difference in the weather, it was so cold, I wish I had bought my coat and gloves with me. Loads of Black-tailed Godwits, Avocets, Knot, Spotted Redshanks, Ruff, Dunlin, Little Egrets etc etc. Whilst chatting to Mark and Tracy Bradbury a large adult Med. Gull dropped in. No sign of any interesting terns though! I was hoping to see Bridled and Caspian Tern together, hey ho!

Visited my parents before going home.

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